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apnaManaging stress and self-care during COVID-19 From the American Psychiatric Nurses Association, a concise guide to tending to your mental wellness.
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Managing anxiety through COVID 19 Does the new coronavirus from China make you a little anxious? How concerned should we be? Is it a real threat or mostly hype? In today’s podcast, Dr. John Grohol, founder and editor-in-chief of PsychCentral.com, explains what the coronavirus is, how it compares to the flu and why it seems to have hit the panic button in a lot of people. He offers tips to avoid getting sick in general, and importantly, gives advice on how to keep our anxiety levels in check when it comes to new disease outbreaks, especially in how we seek information from the media.
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Washington-PostMental Health and Coronavirus
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YouTubeZDoggMD: It's Not Burnout, It's Moral Injury
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Physicians aren’t ‘burning out.’ They’re suffering from moral injury "The increasingly complex web of providers’ highly conflicted allegiances — to patients, to self, and to employers — and its attendant moral injury may be driving the health care ecosystem to a tipping point and causing the collapse of resilience."
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Reframing Clinician Distress: Moral Injury Not Burnout Drs. Dean and Talbot define moral injury as it pertains to healthcare, and distinguish it from what has long been labeled as "physician burnout".
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mscp-logoHow Doctors and Nurses Can Team Up to Fight Moral Injury in Healthcare Physicians are not the only members of the healthcare team who sense and suffer "moral injury". This commentary presents a shared problem and proposes collaborative ways of addressing it.
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new-york-times-logo-270x270It’s a Terrible Day in the Neighborhood, and That’s O.K. - (aka why we do reflective practice) Fred Rogers’s belief that we should validate emotions, not suppress them, is wisdom for all ages. This is why we do a course on Reflective Practice. We have feelings - and it turns out, it's ok.
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